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Vaccines are a critical step to slowing and ultimately ending the COVID-19 pandemic. Oregon’s COVID-19 vaccination efforts are being led by state and local public health agencies. EOU is working with the Center for Human Development Public Health to provide information about vaccine safety, efficacy, and availability.
EOU will host a free on-campus COVID-19 vaccination clinic on June 1. First and second doses of the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine will be available through CHD Public Health.
The COVID-19 vaccination is free, and doesn’t require ID or proof of insurance.
Contact the Student Health Center at SHC@eou.edu for additional information about vaccines.
Union County’s public health authority, CHD Inc., is also offering free vaccinations in La Grande every week at the Riveria Activity Center. Make your appointment today at chdinc.org/get-vaccinated!
Students and employees outside of Union County and Oregon should contact their local county health authority to find out how to access a COVID-19 vaccine. Most other states are also on track to offer vaccines to the general public, so find out what’s happening in your area.
All adults in Oregon are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination, and making the most of this opportunity will bring us closer to reaching herd immunity and resuming regular operations.